Treasure Island

Dona Jean

(November 20,1992 / Silay City, Negros occidental)

Honesty


Honesty is true.
Honesty will never lie to you;
As it fear God,
Bring smiles, joy and glad.
Honesty is pure,
Like medicine do a cure.
Honesty is clear,
The heart in God's he fear.
Honesty is just.
Honesty comfort.
Honesty is fair.
Honesty do care.
Honesty is contented.
Honesty bring peace.
Honesty is humble.
Honesty is upright.
Honesty forgive.
Honesty individual possess;
Honesty bring smile not depress.
When was the time you tell yourself you're true?
Don't fool out on anyone or they will do the same on you.

Submitted: Friday, September 06, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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Few are chosen to be honest and pure. Why do pretend? Be yourself.

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